Lead Engineer, Electrical & Electronics System Verification
Dorleco is a 360-degree controls software development & integration solution provider for electric and autonomous vehicle systems, focused on achieving its mission of developing sustainable & efficient vehicles with innovative, robust, and lean engineering practices. We provide a fast-paced R&D environment and deliver integrated solutions for mechanical, electrical, software, thermodynamic, and energy storage systems for modern electric and autonomous vehicle systems.
We are a trusted resource for full-time projects, overflow work, training, and resident engineering needs for the larger companies’ ePowertrain and ADAS engineering departments.
We are also a certified Minority Enterprise by NMSDC!
We offer a competitive salary and benefits plan including a comprehensive relocation package and great opportunities for career growth!
Location: Greensboro, NC
- As a Verification Engineer within the Truck Build and Configuration team, you will perform problem-solving activities related to ECU, Wiring, or end-to-end function issues to support projects with their test vehicles and rigs.
- Supporting fault tracing in project trucks, early phase electrical engineering, software downloading, parameter programming of ECUs, and troubleshooting complex electro-mechanical issues in the lab, rig, or truck environment.
- Performing vehicle logging and capturing fault codes, analyzing log files, and supporting component owners and engineers with various problem-solving activities.
- Writing problem reports, defining needed activities, and recommending actions for problem resolution.
- Master’s degree in Mechatronics, Electrical or a related field.
- 8-12+ years of experience in HW/SW development and testing in truck or car industry.
- Knowledge of distributed embedded systems and CAN, ISO, and LIN protocols and you are comfortable using diagnostic tools to troubleshoot wiring harnesses, sensors, and actuators.
- Proficient with the use of tools for basic mechanical tasks, and you can read electrical schematics for automotive troubleshooting.
- Experience using a multimeter in troubleshooting and a strong ability to use computer-based diagnostics.
- Good working knowledge of Vector tools such as CANalyzer.
- Ability to work cross-functionally with individuals and teams.
- MUST be authorized to work in the United States for any employer.
- MUST be available to start working within 3 weeks of the offer acceptance date.